“To read, write and discuss the Palace of Versailles in a classroom and then to actually go there and live the full experience is what I feel getting a college degree is all about.”
- JoAnn Santavy (read more here)
The Seton Hill Study Away Program
Seton Hill offers students the opportunity to take intensive courses in other countries that are taught by Seton Hill faculty, or in foreign universities with which Seton Hill has partnership agreements. Through the Seton Hill Study Away Program, students have the benefit of Seton Hill faculty and classmates as travel guides and companions.
Study Away Program courses are offered during Seton Hill’s January and May terms. The January term (J-Term) and May term (M-Term) are optional terms that allow students the opportunity to complete intensive 2 – 3 week long courses of study.
Recent Study Away Program courses have included:
Rome, Siena, Florence, Pisa, Padua & Venice, Italy
Current J-Term & M-Term Opportunities
If you are a current student who would like to find out more about 2013 J-Term and M-Term study abroad opportunities, please visit the Study Abroad Center under Documents in Griffin's Lair.
Independent Study Abroad
Seton Hill’s Study Abroad Office will assist students who wish to make plans for studying abroad independently or through programs offered by other universities or outside services. (Students must select any of the countries participating in the United States Program on International Education.) Qualified students may take a summer, a semester, J-Term, M-Term, or a year of study at a foreign university. Seton Hill maintains special relationships with institutions in Japan, Korea, China, Israel, Italy, Spain, and Puerto Rico, and financial aid is usually available for study abroad.
To find out more about Seton Hill’s Study Abroad Program, visit the Student Experiences section of our site or contact:
Michele Chossat, Ph.D.